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EYE’LL BE SEEING YOU   The sands of time are running out for the central star of this hourglass-shaped planetary nebula, formally called MyCN18.   With its nuclear fuel exhausted, this brief, spectacular, closing phase of a Sun-like star’s life occurs as its outer layers are ejected - its core becoming a cooling, fading white dwarf.   Here, delicate rings of colorful glowing gas (nitrogen-red, hydrogen-green, and oxygen-blue) outline the tenuous walls of the hourglass.  (Photo: Hubble Space Telescope / NASA)

EYE’LL BE SEEING YOU   The sands of time are running out for the central star of this hourglass-shaped planetary nebula, formally called MyCN18.  With its nuclear fuel exhausted, this brief, spectacular, closing phase of a Sun-like star’s life occurs as its outer layers are ejected - its core becoming a cooling, fading white dwarf.  Here, delicate rings of colorful glowing gas (nitrogen-red, hydrogen-green, and oxygen-blue) outline the tenuous walls of the hourglass.  (Photo: Hubble Space Telescope / NASA)